International News

Cathedral goes on line

Anyone in the world with Internet access can now peek into the cathedral where Prince Charles married Lady Diana, while avoiding the expense of travelling

No such thing as conversions in Cairo

IN A LAND where conversion is as dangerous to the convert as it is for the evangelist, the Anglican Church has learned to minister by

World briefs

Church members support sailors An Anglican and United Church group is seeking support in their fight to prevent four Filipino sailors from the Maersk Dubai

Notebook

The diocese of Keewatin’s table featured a stuffed gorilla dubbed “Keewatin No,” meaning “Keewatin northern person.” This particular primate turned up in the diocesan office

Canada creating ‘road map’

The Canadian church is ready to be a primary voice in world Anglicanism, says Rev. Randall Chase, a member of the U.S. Episcopal Church’s executive

Middle East journal

FORMED IN 1976, the Province of the Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East covers most countries in which Judaism, Christianity and Islam were

War clouds gather

Zimbabwe’s Roman Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace predicts that Zimbabwe will face civil unrest if President Robert Mugabe’s government refuses to apologize publicly for

World briefs

Itinerant Teds Church of Ireland youngsters are being invited to get themselves little teddy bears, to be named Anglican Ted, and arrange for them to

A bitter-sweet victory

ERITREA HAS BEEN within Ethiopia’s sphere of influence for more than 3,000 years – but seven decades of Italian colonialism, combined with the authoritarianism of

Former presiding bishop Allin dies

Bishop John M. Allin, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church (U.S.A.) from 1973 to 1985, died March 6, at the age of 76, after suffering

Tension eases after S.A. talks

The Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town, the Most Rev. Njong-onkulu Ndungane, emerged from his meeting with President Nelson Mandela on Thursday Mar. 5 encouraged that

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